BrokenCrow Presents THE SECRET GARDEN at the Everyman

BrokenCrow Presents THE SECRET GARDEN at the EverymanFollowing a sell-out run in 2015, BrokenCrow return to the Everyman stage this Easter break with their theatrical adaptation of France Hodgson Burnett's well-loved classic, The Secret Garden. Directed by Deirdre Dwyer, this stunningly beautiful show is not to be missed by children aged 7+.

An orphaned little girl, a hundred locked doors, a friendly robin and many secrets waiting to be told. Join a trio of skilled performers, Katie Honan, Jack Healy and Julie Sharkey, on an enchanting journey through this tale of loneliness, secrets and friendship.

Bring the little ones along The Secret Garden at the Everyman, Cork, on Wednesday 12th, Thursday 13th and Saturday 15th April, at 12pm and 3pm. Tickets €15, Family Pass €50 (4 tickets), are available from www.everymancork.com, or from the box office, phone 021 4501 673.

About BrokenCrow

Seven directors. Three counties. One company.

BrokenCrow is a place where seven artistic directors come to play, learn and collaborate. They are writers, designers, performers and stage directors. BrokenCrow is a place where artistic minds come together to support and challenge each other. It is a place for new ideas to be nurtured, developed. It is an ambitious production company fueled by the joy and possibilities of collaboration. The group aims to create work that is not only as diverse as it's members, but professional, audience focused and creatively ambitious.

BrokenCrow Theatre Company is Deirdre Dwyer, Ronan FitzGibbon, George Hanover, Gavin McEntee, Eadaoin O'Donoghue, Rosie O'Regan and Aideen Wylde. They have staged nine productions since being established in 2011 and have plenty more on the way. With directors based in Cork, Waterford and Dublin.

See brokencrow.ie for more information.

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